Last year, a brewing company called Smartmouth made a limited edition IPA called "Saturday Morning." The drink was specifically crafted to taste like every kid's favorite breakfast cereal, Lucky Charms. Surprisingly, the drink was so popular with fans that the brand has decided to bring the magically delicious drink back, but only for a limited time. However, they've made some slight recipe adjustments.
The drink, at its core, is basically the same as last year. THey've adjusted the level of hops in the beer as well as making the beer more than six percent ABV. Not sure what Lucky Charms beer would taste like? Well, reports from fans describe it as tasting like kiwi and Meyer lemon. They also included stone fruit flavors, white grape, orange starburst, and of course, cereal with marshmallows. It is only available at the brand's Virginia locations and select VA bars and liquor stores.
Smartmouth announced this classic comeback on their Instagram page amidst the coronavirus panic. "After complications with Coronavirus, we’ve had to reroute an export order of Saturday Morning IPA cans back to our Norfolk Headquarters," reported the post. However, it wasn't all bad, as they continued "We like to share (and IPAs are best enjoyed fresh) so we’re kicking these cans to the curbside for pickup and delivery today!"
Fans of the sweet treat can pick up a few Saturday Morning cans, but only for a limited time. Additionally, the brewery is only located in Norfolk and Virginia Beach. Anyone out of state will have to order online. Each customer is limited to two 4-packs per person. Would you try this magical beer?